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Offline PMEL_DEVIL-DOG

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #15 on: 12-14-2005 -- 07:10:01 »
Wait a minute, you're not suppose to eat, drink, or smoke on the bench?
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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #16 on: 12-14-2005 -- 13:51:10 »
...the coffee stains on your calibration procedures makes them harder to read...
If it works, it's a Fluke.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #17 on: 12-14-2005 -- 18:30:04 »
...the coffee stains on your calibration procedures makes them harder to read...


That and the Copenhagen dip bottles being spilled in gear...happened to me quite a few times (I'm from NC, were tobacco is a vegatable)
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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #18 on: 12-15-2005 -- 01:37:43 »
I had a roommate at Ramstein that dipped.  We're sitting in the room one night watching a movie, and he's got two Coke cans, one to drink from, and one to spit in.  Spit, take a drink, spit, etc...  About half-way through the movie, he lost track of which was which...  I 'bout died laughing so hard at the awful, pitiful, disgusted expression on his face as he tried to get that taste out of his mouth...
If it works, it's a Fluke.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #19 on: 12-15-2005 -- 18:41:46 »
I had a roommate at Ramstein that dipped.  We're sitting in the room one night watching a movie, and he's got two Coke cans, one to drink from, and one to spit in.  Spit, take a drink, spit, etc...  About half-way through the movie, he lost track of which was which...  I 'bout died laughing so hard at the awful, pitiful, disgusted expression on his face as he tried to get that taste out of his mouth...




HAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!! BEENTHERE, DONE THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #20 on: 12-17-2005 -- 00:53:57 »
Wow, there's a lot of experienced people on this board. I'm impressed that anyone can stay in the career field for many years.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #21 on: 01-13-2006 -- 00:55:21 »
Anybody else? Come on...don't be shy! 8-)

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #22 on: 01-30-2006 -- 00:36:01 »
I've been doing this since 1976.  Holy Alzhiemers...  that's 30 years...
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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #23 on: 01-30-2006 -- 05:58:18 »
Only been doing it since 1969...
It's okay to be ignorant, as you can always ask questions, but there is no cure for stupidity.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #24 on: 01-30-2006 -- 10:50:30 »
Let me pull out my old Texas Instrument SR-10.....hmmm.....2006 - 1974.....looks like about 32 years now.  :?

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #25 on: 02-13-2006 -- 19:04:43 »
Back in the Day. We would smoke in the temp room on the ship. Great ventilation in there for some reason. :mrgreen: Important safety tip: Dont leave your smokes or what ever next to the intake.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #26 on: 04-05-2006 -- 21:47:04 »
Anybody else care to contribute?

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #27 on: 04-05-2006 -- 22:21:25 »
Back in the Day. We would smoke in the temp room on the ship. Great ventilation in there for some reason. :mrgreen: Important safety tip: Dont leave your smokes or what ever next to the intake.

We used to take the diffuser off in the temp room on the Cod.......used to drive Chief Clark crazy :evil:

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #28 on: 04-06-2006 -- 18:27:47 »
Ah, Cheif Clark, the man who decided to move the d room into the office and the office into the d room. Turned out pretty nice but he could only play his records while the ship was inport.

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Re: PMEL Experience
« Reply #29 on: 04-06-2006 -- 18:52:34 »
Ah, Cheif Clark, the man who decided to move the d room into the office and the office into the d room. Turned out pretty nice but he could only play his records while the ship was inport.

One night about 2am on the last WesPac.....(the one I took for Mason :-o) the Captain walked into the D room cause I had the stero blasting doing rewinds plugs and rings 8-) scared the crap out of me

 

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